Toastmasters

Tips, Guides, Articles and Other Tools for Members of Toastmasters International to Improve Your Skills and Enhance Your Meetings

Submitting Resource Material

We are Distinguished Toastmasters and have been members in good standing for over 30 years. One of our goals is to help other Toastmasters like you achieve your objectives. This resource is one way that we can assist you and other Toastmasters.

We want Toastmasters to submit resource material to post here. We are interested in helpful tips and guides on how to:

  • Evaluate
  • Respond to a Table Topic
  • Bring in new Toastmasters
  • Mentor other Toastmasters
  • Hold better Toastmasters club meetings
  • Handle area, division and district officer roles
  • Handle the various roles at a Toastmasters meeting
  • Other topics pertinent to the Toastmasters communication and leadership program.

Send material in a doc, docx, txt, rtf, xls, xlsx, or pdf file to cust-serv@nosweatspeaking.com

Include your name, website address, and email address. We’ll include a link to your personal website and/or Toastmasters club website.

We will continually update this section, so check back often and bookmark this page.

Index of Resources for Toastmasters

Evaluations

Introductions

Table Topics

Toastmasters Roles

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“Dear Allan and Allan, I just had to write to thank you for that wonderful seminar you did for the Anne Arundel County employees. Your "No Sweat Speaking" offered us a new approach to calming our fears associated with public speaking. You both brought high energy and vitality to your presentation. You worked individually with each participant to determine each person’s needs. The technique is easy to understand and applicable in any situation! Public speaking is not a threat after having learned how to soothe any anxiousness associated with speaking to large groups.” — A